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Herzog looks ahead to the Cave

Herzog at Toronto 2010. (Photo by Ebert)

In April at the Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Werner Herzog spoke of the 3D film he was making, "Cave of Forgotten Dreams."

On the night of 9/13/10, the film had its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

In a conversation that afternoon at TIFF's Bell Lightbox, Herzog said, "It was only finished yesterday. I haven't seen it myself."

Here's what he said in April about filming it in 3D:

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